|'Wolfie' Citizen Smith, Spelling It Out to the Belgians.|
Blah, blah, blah... Callum Harriott, blah, blah, Danish bloke haircut, blah, blah 1-0 down at Half Time, blah, blah, second half improvement, blah blah, Danish bloke scores equaliser, blah, blah, 2 quick yellow cards, blah blah, sending off, blah, blah, nearly won it in added on time, blah blah.
Right. That's the match taken care of.
I've always been one of life's protesters.
At secondary school, I was heartily impressed by the older kids demanding changes to the way my Comprehensive school was run by having 'Sit Ins' and barricading the teacher car park with hundreds of chairs.
Now, as a grown up union rep, I've of course been on many a march, I protested against the invasion of Iraq etc, had my collar felt by a rather 'over keen' copper at a demo against US fighter planes taking off from UK soil back in the mid 80's, was one of the last cohort of students to go through Higher Education with our fees paid and a maintenance grant, (so it was our duty to demonstrate the unfairness of the situation for the benefit of those who followed) and I've been part of many a letter/email writing campaign for Amnesty International.
Oh and don't get me started on the Poll Tax protests!
I'm one of those irritating people who to quote Vic and Bob,
"Wouldn't let it lie".
Yesterday thousands of other people, your ordinary folk, both young and old, (not rent a rabble), felt so strongly about the appalling situation at Charlton Athletic, they were prepared to demonstrate twice in a day outside the ground.
If you are reading this you'll know why but just on the off chance, here's a quick summary.
There were also rousing choruses of disapproval for our absentee owner and his minions throughout the game.
I was extremely proud to be a part of something so close to my heart.
To those people who say we should not be demonstrating as it effects the team, I can dismiss your argument with a flourish.
The two biggest demonstrations the supporters have managed so far have been against Sheffield Wednesday (we won) and yesterday against Forest, when despite having 10 men, we hung on for a draw and but for some fine goalkeeping could even have snatched all three points.
I hope this is the start of something.
Perhaps Roland may be swayed, ever so slightly, to change his gameplan, even by a mere (ahem) 2%?
We can't afford to stop now. The wheel has started turning.
Pressure needs to be maintained.
Keep On Keeping On.
'Til The Fight Is Won!
|Just before the blind came down! KM pretending it's just a normal post match slap up feast.|